CAMP WILLIAMS, Salt Lake County — The public is invited to attend the second series of workshops to prepare the Camp Williams Joint Land Use Study.
This second series of public workshops will allow attendees to receive an update on the status of the project, a review of key compatibility issues, and provide an overview of the next phase of the project, development of JLUS strategies.
The presentation of compatibility issues will describe the conditions that affect both the installation and the community such as noise, light and glare, dust and land use.
The workshops will be held Tuesday, March 6, 6-8 p.m., at Herriman City Hall, 13011 S. 6000 West; and Wednesday, March 7, 6-8 p.m, at Saratoga Springs City Hall, 1307 N. Commerce Drive, Suite 200.
The study area for the Camp Williams JLUS includes the southern portions of Herriman, Bluffdale, and Salt Lake County and the northern portions of Eagle Mountain, Saratoga Springs, Lehi and Utah County.
Funded through a grant from the Department of Defense-Office of Economic Adjustment, the JLUS is a cooperative land use planning effort conducted as a joint venture between an active military installation, surrounding counties and cities, and other affected stakeholders.
The overall goal of the JLUS is to protect the viability of current and future missions at Camp Williams while accommodating growth, sustaining the economic health of the region, and protecting public health and safety.
For more information, please visit the project website at www.campwilliamsjlus.com.